I was given the opportunity to write about Jacques Rozier's Adieu Philippine in this month's edition of Sight & Sound.
Olivier Assayas’ Irma Vep is a meta, self-referential piece of work, and an anti-tribute to the “magic of cinema”.
An early cut from the French filmmaker, Bob Le Flambeur charts the plight of the titular Bob, a retired career criminal, forced back for that ever-fateful one-last-job.
Were one to adapt the life of French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville in to a movie of its own they might be accused of implausibility.
The first details of next year's instalment of the hugely popular My French Film Festival were revealed today.